I'm sure that everyone knows by now, unless you live under a rock, that Kevin Durant chose to join the Golden State Warriors with his free agency during this past off season. Some people like the idea and a lot of people hate it. For those that see it as no big deal or a non issue; allow me to put this move into perspective for you. The Warriors, without Durant, were already a super team. They had 3 current all stars, the best shooting back court in NBA history, a former all star in Andre Iguodala coming off the bench, and the current back to back league MVP, Stephen Curry; who many say has now emerged as the best player in the world. Not to mention, they also had the best bench in the league as well. Without Durant they were able to win 73 games out of 82 in the regular season; which is the best record of all time. They even started last season off with a 24 game winning streak. Without Durant and with their best player injured, they were able to make it to the Finals for the second straight season and push LeBron and company to 7 games. Now, they ultimately lost in the Finals, but a lot of fans are saying that LeBron was lucky. I'm not taking anything away from LeBron or the Cavs but if Dreymond Green hadn't been suspended a game, Iggy and Bogut hadn't of been injured those last few games, and Curry was 100%, there could have been a different outcome to the Finals. That was all without Kevin Durant. What's that? You don't know who Kevin Durant is? Allow me to put him into perspective for everyone. Kevin Durant is primarily a SF. He's 6'10 with a 7'6 wing span and he weighs around 240 lbs. Not only does he have size, but he has a very decent handle. Decent enough to take defenders off the dribble. It doesn't stop there, though. He has a hell of a jump shot too. He can pull up and drain it from 3, mid range, you name it. He was the second pick in the 2007 draft, 7x all star, all star MVP, 5x All NBA 1st Team, All NBA 2nd Team, 2008 Rookie of the Year, Rookie Challenge MVP, 4x Scoring Champion to date, member of the 40-50-90 club (40% 3pt, 50% FG, 90% FT), 2x Olympic Gold Medalist, and a former league MVP. Oh yea, he's only 28 years old. He has career averages of 27.4 ppg, 48.3 FG%, 38 3pt%, 88.2 FT%, 7 RPG, and 3.4 APG. Durant is widely considered by many to be the second best player in the world behind only LeBron James. Those that have now added Curry to that category still have Durant in the top three. So Durant is a top 2 or 3 player in the world and he has joined the best regular season team in NBA history. A 73 win, championship contending, super team. This past week, Golden State faced the Clippers, a very good team in their own right. Many consider the Clippers the 3rd or 4th best team currently in the NBA. Anyways, Golden State faced the Clippers in a preseason game and stomped them by 45pts. Sure, this was only a preseason game but all the best players from each team played and the Warriors honestly looked like they were practising or in a shootaround. So I ask you guys; has Durant's move to Golden State ruined this upcoming season? Are the Finals a for gone conclusion? Will the regular season be boring to watch? Let me know your opinions.